Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak, Chatuchak, Bangkok, Thailand
137 reviews

Great chaotic market full of unnecessary things You have to have :-) You can find there everything and you can spend there all days long. Of course you can bargain the prices so in the end everything is very cheap. You can also enjoy local cuisine with music.

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    0.74 mi


    0.74 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    3 reviews

    If you want a local clubbing scene, this place is legit. Even if you show up on a Monday(like we did) it's still pretty popping. Just note, everyone gets table service here.

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  • 2
    0.82 mi

    Chatuchak Park

    0.82 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    1 review
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  • 3
    4.91 mi


    4.91 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    7 reviews

    Great place for shopping and hanging out! The 5th floor has a market, bakery, food court and little restaurants and food stalls. Highly recommended!

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  • 4
    4.58 mi

    Khao San Road

    4.58 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    108 reviews

    a famous backpacker street in Bangkok. The street at night is filled with tourists from the West and as well as Japanese. Hot and sweaty but great for a bargain. The main st in Bangkok, every one goes here, It even features in the film The beach. Fake bags and t-shirts and fishermen pants for very cheap if you try. ...

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  • 5
    3.79 mi

    Siam Paragon

    3.79 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    72 reviews

    Large upscale shopping mall. Mostly international brand boutiques but with a mix of local stores and a few nicer food court-style dining options.

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  • 6
    3.56 mi

    MBK Shopping Center

    3.56 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    91 reviews

    MBK ( also known as Mahboonkrong, pronounced mah-boon-krong) Bangkok has everything an average visitor would want to buy. It is a central place to buy all the items that most people buy when they come to Bangkok. The mall has over 2,000 shops and stalls which is popular with locals and tourists alike due to the availability of goods and ...

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  • 7
    3.98 mi

    Siam Square

    3.98 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    47 reviews

    Once i bought myself a zippolighter here in Siam sqaure. It was from the vietnamwar and it loked cool. Among zippolighters and other cool things to buy here, you will find Hard Rock Cafe, Pizzahut and some cool cinemas.An afternoon can easily be enjoyed here for almost anyone.

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  • 8
    3.31 mi

    Pratunam Market

    3.31 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    44 reviews

    I love shopping in this area. If you are good at bargaining you can stumble on great finds! Very very affordable, dirt cheap in fact :) From Clothes, bag to household stuff.

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  • 9
    4.33 mi

    Terminal 21

    4.33 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    38 reviews

    パッタイと冬瓜と鳥肉のスープが、今日の昼メシ。 ここには、写真入りの日本語メニューがあって、それを見たら昨日の昼メシは、アンチョビペーストの混ぜご飯に鳥肉とか辛めのひき肉とかが添えられたものだとわかった。

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  • 10
    4.93 mi


    4.93 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    48 reviews

    One of my favorite Chinatown's in the world. This place feels like China. I used to shop here for my Chinese class notebooks and for my brushes.

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  • 11
    3.79 mi

    Jim Thompson's House and Museum

    3.79 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    25 reviews

    Jim Thompson's House is a wonderfully restored traditional Thai house. Although many people just visit the gift shop / boutique, the house itself is the star attraction here. Plan your visit so that you have enough time to get tickets and join one of the tours. You'll need 1.5 - 2 hours to get the full experience of the tour, ...

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  • 12
    3.88 mi

    Erawan Shrine

    3.88 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    20 reviews

    Located on a corner of Bangkok's busiest intersections. Local people come here and pray to the Four-Faced Buddha, blessing for their good and prosperity good future. You can too make a wish of anything, but, when it comes true, you'll have to come back the following year to show appreciation.

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  • 13
    4.33 mi

    Golden Mount

    4.33 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    19 reviews

    This is not only about an invaluable piece of history and not to say gold, but also the story of one of the luckiest men alive. The priest what was in charge of this temple felt the need for some statues of Buddha to show people. Another temple north of Bangkok had some sstatues of clay which they thought had ...

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  • 14
    4.82 mi

    Lumpini Park

    4.82 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    22 reviews

    Attractive green space. There really isn't much here of tourist interest other than people watching.

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  • 15
    3.87 mi

    Siam Ocean World

    3.87 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    16 reviews

    The Siam Ocean World aquarium is just OK. Perhaps in California we are spoiled by world class aquariums.

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  • 16
    2.53 mi

    Victory Monument

    2.53 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    21 reviews

    It's a statue, best seen at night, on the way back from place X (it seems to either always be on the way back, or I just always got ripped off by cab drivers). Other than that, there isn't much to say. I'm also a bit unclear as to what the victory refers to (Thailand was never conquered, as far ...

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  • 17
    4.62 mi

    Lumpini Boxing Stadium

    4.62 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    12 reviews

    One of Bangkok's major sights -- and as popular with locals as it is with tourists (probably more so). A good evening entertainment option as matches run late. Be ready to see blood. If it doesn't ruin your appetite, Le Cafe Siam makes for a good nearby dining option before / after a match.

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  • 18
    2.77 mi

    Siam Niramit

    2.77 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    11 reviews

    Great place to see Thai history show. Lots of interesting history and facts about Thailand. Not very traditional but beautiful all the same. Have gift shops you can buy souvenirs, though a bit expensive. You can take photos with the performers after the show.

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  • 19
    3.07 mi

    The Marble Temple

    3.07 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    11 reviews

    What's unique about this temple is that it is made of marble. The roof is made of red terracotta and the doorways and windows are adorned with golden arches. Seen from the entrance the temple is just stunning. This temple also houses several wooden Buddha statues in different poses and styles from different historical periods and from different countries.

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  • 20
    4.48 mi

    Soi Cowboy

    4.48 mi from Chatuchak Weekend Market
    12 reviews

    adult entertainment area located in downtown Bangkok. Unlike the rather seedy Patpong, Soi Cowboy is OK to hang around in and to simply watch the parade go by. Yes there are numerous Go Go bars that cater for all manner of desires, but there are also many good restaurants to be enjoyed. If you are a single male, you will ...

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